Hatch is the Canadian leader in renewable power projects
April 2, 2012
ReNew Canada magazine recently released a report on Canada’s Top 100 Infrastructure Projects for 2012. The Top 100 ranks Canada’s biggest infrastructure projects by dollar value. This year’s list represents over $114 billion in infrastructure investments in Canada, an 18-percent increase over last year’s C$96 billion.
In Canada, Hatch is the dominate player in the renewable power sector. Of the top 100 projects listed, seventeen were renewable power projects. Of these seventeen, Hatch has had involvement in all but three.
Below is a list, in order of ranking, of the Hatch projects on the top 100 list.
2 Site C Clean Energy Project
3 Romaine Complex A Renewable Energy Project (Quebec)
4 Lower Churchill Hydro Project
5 Eastmain-1-A/Sarcelle Rupert Project (Quebec)
9 Lower Mattagami Hydroelectirc Complex
17 Niagara Tunnel Project
28 Boundary Dam Integrated CCS Demonstration Project
29 Deep Geological Repository
33 The Waneta Expansion
34 K2 Wind Project
43 Forrest Kerr Run-of-River Project
55 Blackspring Ridge 1 Wind project
71 Pointe DuBois Spillway Replacement Project
74 Halkirk I Wind Project
85 Cape Scott Wind Farm Phase I
87 Erieau Wind Project
88 East Lake St. Clair Wind Project
For more information on the top 100 list, visit top100projects.ca